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It was very well situated for access to the ski slopes. The room - a family room was lovely both in decor and size and both my girls actually got real beds - not sofa beds as is the norm! The food was very good but was detracted from by the poor quality of crockery - every meal we picked up something that hadn't been washed properly . It was advertised as a Spa hotel and this is the main reason we chose it. The spa bit was very small and we were asked to wear a bathing costume at all times even in the sauna!!Despite a long list of regulations, for use of the Sauna including no - one under 17 (I paid full price for my eldest daughter but she was not allowed to use these facilities - this was th first thing they told us on arrival but I do not think it is on their web) , they did not remind guests to take a towel into the Sauna which meant that people sat there sweating all over the wood. This is so yukky that neither my husband or I could face using the Sauna. Either the French have different standards of hygiene or the hotel are not 'au fait' with how to use a Sauna.
Staff very friendly,close to the slopes and ski school meeting place. choice of evening meal
The meals on half board were excellent. The staff were attentive. The double bed was two singles pushed together which was unconfortable because they were made up separately with two single duvets - a large bottom sheet and a larger duvet is needed. The room was far too hot during the first two nights of our stay.
The location for a skiing holiday was perfect however not much else in the area. The reception area was very darkly decorated and not very welcoming as a first impression and restaurant staff were very straight faced and not very freindly, hard to approach and made a few mistakes with the billing overcharging by quite a significant ammount.
The apartment was quite small but well decorated and very warm. Ski storage was ok. Well signed for those arriving late. Overall=good. Apartment's kitchen area is very small, no oven just two hot plates. No towels. General areas not clean. Hot tub looked like the whole French Rugby team had just finished their post match bath, so got out quick. Post-stay cleaning doesn't seem to be included in price. The Manager put notes on door and in rooms saying he expected apartment left "perfectly clean" or there would be a charge/fine of 75-150 euros (pity his own areas weren't as clean). This made us quite angry and we were determined to avoid this and cleaned the whole place before we left.
The room was very warm and clean Having to Clean the room or be charge 150e
Almost ski-in ski-out position, nice refurbished apartment, spa Being charged €100 for cleaning of the apartment for a 4-day stay. A 7-day stay a month earlier in the more upmarket resort of St Anton in a higher standard hotel only cost us €60 for cleaning.
excellent value for money, rooms clean and comfortable, good bar, and relax area, staff very helpful and friendly.
It was everything perfect. Ours was a small apartment with a sofa bed so little space was left when opening it.But it was defenitely worth the price both for the details with which the apartment was designed and for the location. The door giving to the garden didn't close well so we were a bit worried during the night that someone could easily come in. Remember to take your own towels with you because they are not included in the price. They cost 10 Euro each.
design and the plan of the appartment sauna and fitness are ugly inspite of it is the new
We booked 1 bedroom apartment for 2 weeks and it was confirmed. Shortly after that hotel contacted us and informed that there was an overbooking and 1 bedroom was only available for 1 week of our stay and offered studio for another week. We were not happy but had to accept it.
No frills but nice bar, good location and excellent value for money
The room was perfect; impressive fold out bed in the very nicely shaped living room. The breakfast corner was great for eating and reading. Very good kitchen, beatiful view outside the windows. Also, the balcony was lovely. The Chalet d'Anaïte has a fabulous location. It's a 3 minute walk to the Montchavin-Les Coches ski-lift (and you can actually ski right back to the hotel if you know where to go off piste at the right moment.. otherwise, skiing back to 5 minute distance is easy and fun). Lastly, I thought the La Plagne (part of Paradiski) area was amazing with many kinds of routes (I loved the forrest route to Chambery, and all the routes coming down to the Verdons Sud lift) The area is very pricey though: a day pass is about €40. Room for improvement: the (nice and helpful) staff should be able to speak better English (or at least slower French). Personally, I'd have liked the blankets to be heavier than the thin fleece ones they provide. You should bring your own towel, otherwise they can provide a set for €`10.
It had just been reovated really well and was beautiful inside. The jacuzzi was great. The bar is really nice.